2 Aug 2008, 20:59 by wuermchen45
23 Mar 2008, 19:27 by Nartireczek8/3/23
Opowiem Wam mą historię
najpierw oglądałem antywestern, w którym, grał
1. BOB DYLAN "Silvio" Sony BMG 1987
toteż położyłem się o
2. GWEN STEFANI "4 in the Morning" Universal 2007
mówiąc (głównie sam do siebie)
3. MAROON 5 "Goodnight Goodnight" Universal 2008
zasnąłem, gdy za oknem rodził się
4. NANCY SINATRA & LEE HAZELWOOD "Some Velvet Morning" Warner 1967
3h później zerwano mnie z łóżka, krzycząc, że już
5. JUNIOR BOYS "In the Morning" Domino 2006
(a z racji tego, że to taki specjalny)
6. BOLSHOI "Sunday Morning" 1986
to nie zważąjąc na
7. ROBERT PLANT "Morning Dew" Universal 2002
musiałem biec i wraz z tłumem wołać
8. RICHARD EINHORN "Pater Noster" Sony 1995
z racji całego tego zamieszania, niech się solenizanci nie gniewają, jeślim zapomniał o nich wspomnieć w KALENDARIUM
9. BLUR "Tender" EMI 1999 [1968/Damon Albarn/wokalista]
11 Nov 2007, 02:49 by sablespecterRobert Plant / "Morning Dew" / Dreamland (2) / Jul 2002
Artist: Robert Plant
Original Album: Dreamland
Track: Morning Dew
Track preview via allmusic
Back on August 20th, while I was still early in the process of going back through my Neil Young catalog to decide on a Top 10, Robert Plant celebrated his 59th birthday. I honored it by highlighting one of his early demos with Band Of Joy: their recording of Hey Joe, which is available on Sixty Six To Timbuktu.
While looking into the history of that recording, I found that Robert did an updated version of that track on Dreamland, which I decided to pick up. The update is quite good, but the song I really enjoy from that album is this one.
"Morning Dew" is a remake of Bonnie Dobson's 1962 song (Walk Me Out In The) Morning Dew. According to Dobson in a 1993 interview, "Morning Dew" was inspired by the 1959 film On the Beach.
It was only through that bit of trivia that I even knew that movie existed. …
7 May 2007, 00:44 by imagoldengod75
9 Jan 2007, 14:28 by Chicken_BooshPut your Media Player on shuffle.
The song title is the answer.
The next time you stand up in front of a group of people, you'll say:
Yeah, cos I'm gonna say that...(eh?)
Your favorite thing to say when drunk is:
Song: The Last Time
Artist: The Rolling Stones
Talking about the last time you were drunk? Yeah, that works, I guess.
Your message to the world:
Artist: Robert Miles
I had no idea I even owned a copy of this song (brings back some memories), but I wouldn't say that "Children" is my message to the world. Although, if there were no children, the human race would end, so I might have been being really deep, there. =P "I believe that children are the fuutuuuure!! Teach them well and let them lead the waaay!"
Your deepest secret:
Song: Gettin' High
Artist: Ian Brown
I haven't actually gotten high for ages. But I suppose it's a bit of a secret, yeah.